Eucalyptus citriodora

Common Name: Lemon-scented Gum

Description: The Citriodora is a tall growing tree with a distinctive white trunk. During Spring the bark flakes off creating interesting patterns. They have two forms of leaves: the juvenile leaves being lanceolate up to 15cm long with a rough sandpapery feel; whereas the adult leaves are light green, glossy, and lanceolate, up to 15cm long. The adult leaves are known as phyllodes and are more highly drought adapted. Both have a lemon scent when crushed.

Mature Size: 10-20m (h) x 5-10m (w) 

Position: Full sun